Scientific Library No. 56
Jerzy Kozak – Mathematical modeling of advanced manufacturing processes

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Author: Jerzy Kozak
Title: Mathematical modeling of advanced manufacturing processes
ISBN: 978-83-63539-49-8
Cover: paperback, glued binding
The year of publication: 2018
Publisher: Scientific Publishers of the Institute of Aviation
Quantity pages: 357
Language of publication: english


Description: The creation, development and expansion of applications of advanced manufacturing technology (Advanced Manufacturing Processes) is inseparably connected with the technical progress, which is expressed, among other things, in the increase of technical and economic requirements concerning the manufactured products (various machines and devices, apparatus, instruments and tools). Solving many problems of contemporary production development takes place by creating, mastering and improving new advanced manufacturing methods, including erosion treatments (also referred to as unconventional) and incremental technology methods. An important role in the implementation of new methods is played by mathematical modelling, which is in particular the basic element of computer simulation of processes.

The aim of the monograph is to provide an orderly, basic knowledge of mathematical modelling of selected advanced processes of manufacturing machine elements and tools. This is related to providing the Reader with insight and the opportunity to acquire skills in
the formulation, construction, interpretation and use of mathematical models.

The content of the book, written in English, is presented in 5 chapters:

Chapter 1 provides an introduction to mathematical modelling and advanced manufacturing technology.

Chapter 2 covers the mathematical modelling of electrochemical ECM.

Chapter 3 discusses the issues of mathematical modelling of EDM and WEDM.

Chapter 4 is devoted to mathematical modelling of hybrid ECM, EDM, ECDM and AEDG processes.

Chapter 5 deals with mathematical modelling of selected processes in incremental technology, i.e. Additive Manufacturing (AM).